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To further students’ science education, Frankfort Independent Schools are seeking help from the community to match a grant.
Frankfort Independent Schools moved a step closer to artificial turf on its football field, thanks to a donation from the Sower family.
The city and county schools want the Frankfort City Commission to contribute $1.5 million toward new synthetic turf fields at the city and county high schools.
City schools are seeing more students enrolled in the district. County schools’ enrollment has been fairly consistent for a few years.
Frankfort Independent Schools may have some high-profile new students in the future, as Kentucky's new first family considers enrollment in the public school district. They wouldn't be the first children of a governor to attend FIS.
Now in its second year, Frankfort High School’s Jobs for America’s Graduates program is helping students find a multitude of opportunities for postgraduate paths.
Like any family who has moved into a new home, especially one that is over 100 years old, Gov. Andy Beshear says he plans to have some renovating done on the Governor’s Mansion.
GEORGETOWN — Any student who graduates in Franklin County — no matter whether they are homeschooled or attend a public or private school — in the next decade will be eligible for a full-tuition scholarship at Georgetown College.
Frankfort and Franklin County had a few marching bands representing the area in the Inaugural Parade on Tuesday.
The Frankfort High School Drama Club presents Barbara Robinson’s “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever,” opening Thursday at 7 p.m. in the high school’s Karen Kimmel Hatter Theatre, 328 Shelby St. Performances will also be held on Friday at 7 p.m. as well as Saturday, Dec. 14 at 7 p.m. and will …
First responders, law enforcement officers, school officials and other community members met at Bondurant Middle School on Tuesday to demonstrate the truths and consequences that students could face if they choose to use drugs.
The Frankfort Independent Schools Board of Education recognized members of the Second Street School STLP, or Student Technology Leadership Program, during the board's Monday meeting.
The Frankfort Independent Schools Board of Education voted Monday night to close school on Inauguration Day and approved a construction manager for upcoming building renovations.
Three local schools received a four-star rating based on new state accountability data.
Twenty-six 2019 high school graduates from Franklin County have been named Sen. Jeff Green Scholars by the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).
The Frankfort Independent Schools Board of Education unanimously approved a property tax rate that is about 2.5% higher than last year's rate.
Under an overcast but bright sky, dozens of people gathered in front of the Capitol building Friday to participate in the Frankfort Climate Change Strike.
Frankfort Independent Schools Superintendent Houston Barber addressed the Frankfort City Commission on Monday regarding a request for reimbursement for a program that provides internet access and workforce development services to city students and families.
Though it didn’t take action, the Frankfort Independent Schools Board of Education received a report regarding a second potential energy savings project with Harshaw Trane at Monday’s regular meeting.
Frankfort Independent Schools is proposing a property tax rate that would be an increase of almost 3% over last year’s rate and that would generate nearly 10% more revenue.
On his 11th birthday, Anthony Gannone was recognized at a Frankfort Independent Schools board meeting for winning a state award.
A little over a year ago, Frankfort Independent Schools launched a program to provide free home internet access for all of its students, but so far, fewer than 30 families have signed up to participate.
In compliance with a recently passed state law, Frankfort and Franklin County school districts are taking different approaches to displaying signs with the United States motto, “In God We Trust.”
Representatives of the Frankfort Plant Board presented a rebate check to Frankfort Independent Schools that represents savings the school system will see because of a new electricity contract negotiated by the municipal utility.